70,000 Char-Broil Patio Bistro grills are being recalled because of a burn hazard.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the electronic ignition on the grill can ignite unexpectedly. Char-Broil has received 26 reports of the flame going out and unexpectedly re-igniting when the control knob was turned off.
Four people were burned around the face. Several others say the flames burned their hair.
The recall involves two models: The model 240 full-size grill and the model 180 tabletop grill. They were sold at stores from Sept. 2010 through June of this year.
If you have one, you should contact Char-Broil for instructions on how to order and install a free repair kit.
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